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Andalusian horse

Today's pride of the Spaniards - the Andalusian horse has a long and rich history. Horses in the Iberian Peninsula have existed since BC. They were very hardy and unpretentious, but small horses. The Romans, who conquered Iberia, brought the blood of the Central Asian horses to the local population. It is believed that the Andalusian horses also carry the blood of 2,000 Numidian mares who entered Iberia during the conquest campaigns of the Carthaginian general Hasdrubal.
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Sagan-daila herb: benefits and harms, how to brew and drink

The beneficial properties of sagan-dail and the contraindications of this herb are known to few - about Buryat tea, Adams' rhododendron or fragrant rosemary, are still known only to true connoisseurs of traditional medicine. Meanwhile, the plant has a lot of valuable properties and can be beneficial for many diseases. Description of Adams rhododendron Grass of sagan-dail is called Adams rhododendron - a short evergreen shrub with narrow oblong leaves up to 2 cm long.
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Butter in tomato sauce: simple recipes for the winter

Butter in tomato sauce for the winter is a dish that combines two significant advantages. Firstly, it is a tasty and satisfying delicacy made from a product that is deservedly called "forest meat". Secondly, this is a food in which a maximum of useful substances are concentrated - proteins, fats and carbohydrates, vitamins, mineral and biologically active substances.
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Hypotrophy in newborn calves: treatment and prognosis

Calf hypotrophy is a common non-communicable disease that occurs for many reasons. Malnutrition is most common in large dairy farms where milk is the primary concern of the owner. Calves on these farms are treated as a by-product of their production. If a cow, after one calving, gave milk for the rest of her life, she would only be covered for the first time.
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How to plant walnut chestnuts

Chestnut belongs to the Beech family. A tall-growing tree is of two types: with edible nuts - this is a noble variety, and also a horse, which gives inedible fruits. For landscaping park areas, you can grow an alley of wild chestnuts. On a personal plot, you can place a purchased seedling or grow a chestnut from a nut yourself.
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